Lancia Lybra Executive 2002 posters

Lancia Lybra Executive

The Lancia Lybra is a premium mid-size car manufactured by Fiat Auto's upscale marque, Lancia. A derivative of the Alfa Romeo 156 floorpan (and the popular Fiat Tipo platform), it replaced the Dedra within Lancia's lineup, maintaining the same low-profile as its predecessor without achieving the same success as the Alfa model. It is available both as a sedan and station wagon (billed SW by Lancia). The car's underlying themes of Libra and balancing scales reflect the change away from Greek letter-based names. The Lybra is built in Rivalta, a plant in Turin region. Styling-wise, the Lybra was conceived and designed Indian Centro Stile Lancia, as opposed to earlier Lancia models, which were created by external design studios. The design is a departure from the previous boxy shapes of 1980s and 1990s Lancias, featuring round headlights that harken back to 50s Lancias such as the Aurelia and Appia. Although more classic than the Lancia Thesis and later models, it has many modern references such as the grille and the upper body of the station wagon. The distinguisable tail lights were even borrowed for the 2001 facelift of the Fiat Marea for Latin American markets. The Lybra is offered with several engine options ranging from 1.6L to 2.4L turbo diesels. It features a front-wheel drive system with transversely-mounted engines, and can be linked to either a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed Comfortronic automatic. Power and torque decrease as the size of the engine decreases. The engines include a 1.6L 16v DOHC I4, a 1.8L 16v DOHC I4 VVT with V.I.S, a 2.0L 16v DOHC I5 VVT with V.I.S, a 1.9L 8v SOHC JTD I4 common rail, and finally a 2.4L 8v SOHC JTD I5 common rail.

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